Hot and cold pressing are essential techniques for creating strong and durable particle board, MDF, and plywood products. These techniques involve applying heat and pressure to different materials to create a strong bond that lasts for years.
Lamination is a popular service offered in the industry, and it involves applying a layer of material to the surface of a board or panel to improve its appearance, durability, and resistance to moisture and wear. There are various types of materials that can be used for lamination, including laminates, veneers, acrylic, and many more.
Veneer, on the other hand, is a thin layer of wood that is sliced from a log and glued onto a substrate. It offers a natural and authentic wood look and can be made from various species of wood, each with its own unique grain pattern and color.
Acrylic is a type of plastic that can be used for lamination as well. It is highly durable, scratch-resistant, and can be made in different colors and finishes, including glossy and matte.